Jumps, whoops and bombholes. Choking dust, viscous mud and endless flying dirt. A deafening cacophony of high-pitched 125s and torquey 4-strokes. Packed gates, organised mayhem and chaotic pile-ups...these are just some of the ingredients that have made motocross one of the most exciting, full-on spectacles in off-road bikesport. And for the ultimate in spectacular dirtbike racing look no further than the THQ 2000 British Championship - a master-blaster season from start to finish! Round One kicked off at Canada Heights with some hair-raising battles that set the scene for the series to come and this great review features the biggest ups (and downs!) from all 8 rounds, right up to the dramatic finales at Farleigh Castle. The action is blistering, the competition fierce!
Check out Gordon ‘Crockstar’ Crockard (Honda), Paul Cooper (Husqvarna) and Joakim Karlsson (Honda) fighting for the title in the Open (250 & 500) championship and Jamie Dobb (KTM) and Carl Nunn (Yamaha) etc out to give America’s Mike Brown (Honda) a run for his money in the 125s.
For over two hours of full-on entertainment and brilliant sportsmanship, you need look no further than this power-packed review of the THQ 2000 British Motocross Championship. These guys are quite literally, flying!